I Married a Dead Man

Cornell Woolrich

synopsis

Happenstance. Perhaps a wonderful bonanza, possibly an unmerciful future. Without thinking to possess it, suddenly the brass ring is there, poised for the taking. Everyone believes it is yours, and once you dare to possess it, those who don’t even know you, accept you as one of their own, a member of the clan.
      So, why not embrace the dream-like life being offered to you on a silver platter? What is the down side to becoming a member of the privileged class? What is the harm? Herein lies the trap: in the world of Cornell Woolrich, life is never that simple, nor is fate referred to as being fickle without good reason.
      This is a handsome hardcover, 300 copies, 5⅝ × 9 inches, bound in cloth with color inset on the front board, fine dustjacket on Mohawk Carnival paper, ribbon marker, full color endpapers and interiors, old book covers, top-edge stain, and a special four-page tipped-in signature plate.

edition information

  • Limited to 300 copies.
  • Introduction by Ed Gorman.
  • Several reprints of old Cornell Woolrich I Married a Dead Man covers, all in full color.
  • All copies signed by Ed Gorman, Matt Mahurin, and Jacob McMurray.
  • Sewn binding, rounded back, ribbon marker, head and tail bands, printed endpapers, top-edge stain, and other extras.

pricing

Cloth: $75